Samsung Gear 360 VR Camera
This compact spherical camera shoots 360° footage that is ready for viewing in virtual reality headsets, and transfers the photos and video wirelessly to your smartphone.
Relive your most epic moments in immersive detail by filming adventures with this VR camera, which uses two 180° lenses to capture full 360° video that’s ready to be viewed in your Galaxy VR headset (not included).
Built to withstand snowboard runs and hiking trips, the Gear 360 boasts a rugged shell that shrugs off abuse. In addition to being IP53-certified water- and dust-resistant, the camera’s tempered glass lenses help prevent scratches.
Share Photos and Video Wirelessly
Post shots to Instagram or text video clips to friends quickly thanks to wireless connectivity. Rather than needing a USB cord, the camera can wirelessly transfer files to most smartphones and tablets for easy sharing and editing. NFC makes it even simpler by making the connection process almost instantaneous—just tap your enabled phone and the camera together, and the devices automatically connect.
- Product number: MAIN-2657841
- Captures 360° video
- Image sensor: dual 15MP CMOS sensors
- Lens: dual f/2.0 fisheye lenses
- Video resolution: 3840x1920 at 30fps
- Still image resolution: 30MP
- WiFi: 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (dual-band)
- Bluetooth: 4.1
- NFC: yes
- Memory-card slot: microSD (accepts cards up to 128GB)
- Water- and dust- resistance rating: IP53
- Battery: 1,350mAh
- Battery life: up to 140 minutes of 360° video recording
- Weight: 8.8oz.
- Product dimensions: 6.2” (H) x 3.8” (W) x 3.8” (L)
- Condition: new
- Warranty: 1-year parts and labor warranty provided by Samsung
In the 70 years of its existence, Samsung has grown into an international company with interests spanning from home electronics to skyscraper construction. The company takes its global role seriously, working to improve communities with both its financial support and the expertise of its talented employees. The company’s Solve for Tomorrow competition, for instance, challenges kids to create videos that demonstrate how science and math can be used in new ways to improve their local environment. After screening the videos of thousands of worthy entrants and dozens of confused American Idol hopefuls, Samsung chooses five winners, whose schools each receive $110,000 in technology. Solve for Tomorrow is just one of the company’s outreach initiatives, which align with its philosophy to help build a “better global society.”